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City asks for public's help in recycling efforts

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The City of Torrington asks for help from the public in controlling items that are left at the recycling center and at drop-off bins, as many items that cannot be processed are being disposed of at these locations.

 

 

 

Items that can be accepted include:

On the bottom of most all plastic recyclable containers is a triangle with a number in it of 1-7. The City can only take #1 & #2 plastics at this time, such as water bottles and plastic milk jugs, as well as kitchen, laundry and bath containers.

Paper and cardboard that is flattened; Do not put shredded paper in with the non-shredded paper as it plugs up the baler. Please leave it in bags on the dock.

Aluminum cans and steel food cans.

 

Items that cannot be accepted are:

Food and beverage cartons such as milk and juice cartons (the kind of boxes that are wax coated on the inside).

Glass or heavy metal

Grocery bags

Food items

Clothing

Plastic power cords

CPAP hoses

Garbage

 

Please take all your acceptable recycling to 310 Curtis Avenue. For more information on the recycling center please call (307) 532-8525 M-F 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

 


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